Indonesia to Loosen Grip on Tin Market

Indonesia to Loosen Grip on Tin Market

Indonesia has put a tight squeeze on the tin market since it changed regulations surrounding trade of the metal in August 2013. However, the country's government has indicated that could change soon with amendments to last fall’s export rules.

Are Tin Prices Losing Momentum?

The global tin deficit has been going strong since 2010, and it isn't likely to let up any time soon.

Indonesia’s Tin Market Takeover

Indonesia, supplier of more than one-third of the world's tin, has begun to institute new rules to control the tin trade.

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Iberian Minerals and Glencore Subsidiary Enter Into Joint Venture

Iberian Minerals and Glencore Subsidiary Enter Into Joint Venture

Iberian Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:IML), formerly Solid Resources Ltd., signed a definitive and exclusive Joint Venture Agreement with a wholly owned subsidiary of Glencore plc for the Cehegin Iron Ore Project in Cehegin, Province of Murcia, south-eastern Spain.

Solid Resources Announces Name Change to Iberian Minerals

Solid Resources Announces Name Change to Iberian Minerals

Solid Resources Ltd. (TSXV:SRW) has changed its name to Iberian Minerals Ltd. to better reflect its focus and commitment on the development of mineral assets in Spain. The common shares of the company will commence trading under the new name on the TSX Venture Exchange and trading symbol "IML" at market open on Friday, June 13, 2014.

Solid Resources Welcomes Bill Hooley to Board of Directors

Solid Resources Welcomes Bill Hooley to Board of Directors

Solid Resources Ltd. (TSXV:SRW) has appointed Bill Hooley as a non-executive member of the Board of Directors. Mr. Hooley will be replacing Harry McKinders, who is standing down to facilitate Mr. Hooley's appointment. Mr. McKinders has been a director of Solid Resources since 1998.

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Market News

Tin Advances Slightly Amid Weak US Jobs Data

Reuters reported that tin advanced slightly at 0.6% on the LME amid a weak jobs data in the US, which dampened the demand for most metals.

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